A Kentucky accountant that embezzled money from his former employer, a Pepsi-Cola bottling factory, was arrested while hiking the Appalachian Trail.
On June 9, California will become the third state to legally allow doctors to write life-ending prescriptions for patients who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
A little girl in Cedar Hill, Texas, stopped two officers during a lunch break to pray with them, highlighting black faith communities' complex responses to discussions of police force and community relations.
New Trump University documents unsealed this week by court order as part of a class action lawsuit show how the education business coerced its customers to buy into its real estate programming.
In the majority opinion of the Iowa Supreme Court, even juveniles who commit the severest crimes deserve the possibility of a second chance.
The Pelican State takes the lead as the first in the nation to extend hate-crime protections to first responders.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Thursday by a 5-to-2 majority to uphold its decision of last August, in which it supported the state's 2012 abolition of the death penalty and applied it retroactively to those still sitting on death row.
Marilyn Mosby was lauded for her swift filing of charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray last year. But now, critics question whether she may have acted too hastily in effort to appease angry protesters.